Monday, August 16, 2010

Another new "ally" reverts to form

Russia said Friday that it will soon begin loading fuel into Iran's first nuclear power plant, the initial step toward bringing the long-delayed project on line at a time when the United States is attempting to weaken Tehran's atomic program with new international sanctions. Russia's state atomic agency, which is overseeing the plant near Bushehr, said low-enriched uranium will be added Aug. 21 . . .

Obama started his term of office by deciding to "hit the reset button" with our traditional enemies, and distance himself from our friends.

There were hugs and gifts for the leaders of Venezuela and Russia and Iran, and insults for England and Israel.

Not surprisingly, it isn't working.